New Delhi [India], Jul 10 (ANI): renowned Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen has finished 25 years of dwelling in exile overseas.
"25 years. Sure, 25 years.

. These days. Finished 25 years of my exile existence," Nasreen tweeted on Tuesday.
Born in Mymensingh in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) on August 25, 1962, Nasreen turned into pressured to go away her country in 1994 due to repeated threats from radical Muslim companies after her novel 'Lajja' (shame) which depicts the persecution of a Hindu own family through Muslims, ran into a problem.
She suffered a number of physical and other assaults following the book of Lajja.
After fleeing Bangladesh, Nasreen followed Swedish citizenship.
despite repeated threats to her lifestyles, the 56-yr-antique writer has persevered to jot down in opposition to Islamic philosophy, angering many Muslims in Bangladesh and international.
The exiled writer has also lived inside the US and Europe for many years.
Nasreen lived in Kolkata among 2004 and 2007 however was forced to go away the town after radical Muslim companies demanded her to go away the country. She currently lives in New Delhi on the grounds that 2011.
On many activities, Nasreen has expressed her desire for everlasting Indian citizenship. She has been residing within the united states of america on an Indian visa granted to her given that 2004.
The exiled Bangladeshi author is a sturdy suggest of ladies's rights, freedom of idea and human rights.
other than being a author, Nasreen is likewise a physician, having studied medicinal drug in her early years in Bangladesh. (ANI)